The Trocaire College Technology Institute is making a difference by helping people transition to new careers in IT leaving behind dead end, low paying jobs. IT skills are in demand and employers are hiring in Buffalo. The IT Career Exploration course takes just a month to complete. Your investment of time will result in a big opportunity, opening new doors to a rewarding career in IT. No previous IT experience is required.
IT Career Exploration Course (Online)
Trocaire College has teamed up with the United Way and TechBuffalo to offer individuals a FREE four week, online, instructor-led course designed to prepare participants for new career opportunities in IT. The course uses CompTIA’s IT Fundamentals curriculum and includes an opportunity to earn an industry recognized certification upon completion. All course materials and certification fees are included. Adults who are looking to change careers and find out if a career in IT is right for them are encouraged to take this course.
Students will receive as part of their FREE tuition: ($2,500 value)
- Live, Online Instructor Led Courses
- Course Material
- Certification Exam
- Eight (8) Sessions of Work Readiness (Optional)
- Career Coaching & Mentoring (Optional)
May 2020 Cohort (Full/waitlist)
May 18, 2020-June 22, 2020
June 2020 Cohort A (Full/waitlist)
June 1, 2020-July 2, 2020
June 2020 Cohort B (Full/waitlist)
June 29, 2020-July 30, 2020
July 2020 Cohort (Full/waitlist)
July 13, 2020-August 13, 2020
August 2020 Cohort (Full/waitlist)
August 3, 2020-August 28, 2020
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According to Bureau of Labor Statistics data, more than 546,000 new IT jobs will be added over the next seven years with a median annual salary of $86,320.
The employment rate for Computer and Information technology occupations is projected to grow 12% from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations.